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Im Luxuszug durch Asien.

Erstellt von PonyXX, 08.10.2009, 19:38 Uhr · 7 Antworten · 1.830 Aufrufe

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    Im Luxuszug durch Asien.

    Heute,Donnerstag,8.Oktober 09. 20:15 NDR
    Im Luxuszug durch das Herz Asiens-Der Orientexpress von Singapure nach Bangkok.Drei Tage und zwei Nächte dauert die Reise mit dem exclusiven "Eastern&Oriental Express.
    Ich habe den Bericht schon mal gesehen,läuft als Wiederholung.
    Ich fand in gut und interessant und hätte Lust so was auch mal zu machen.Kostet aber ein paar Euro.

  3. #2
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    der eastern & oriental express ist mir abends mal in surathani begegnet ganz hinten standen sie dann zigarre rauchend auf der kleinen terrase des letzen waggons.

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    die Zugfahrt steht auf meiner Todo-Liste schon recht weit oben

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    Moin zusammen,
    der Film wird heute um 15:15 Uhr wiederholt.
    auf NDR

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    Chiang Mai-Bangkok-Singapore
    (7 nights/8 days)
    Experience the charm of Thailand and Malaysia with a journey from Chiang Mai to Bangkok then onwards to Singapore stopping at the infamous River Kwai and Penang along the way.

    2009 2010
    Pullman Superior/Single US$3240 US$3240
    State Cabin US$4445 US$4445
    [highlight=yellow:891300201a]Presidential Suite US$6015 US$6015[/highlight:891300201a]

    Two nights accommodation at the Peninsula Hotel in Bangkok in a standard room and transfers both to and from the hotel are included for guests booking a State Compartment.

    Wednesday - Chiang Mai

    Board the Eastern & Oriental Express for an afternoon departure. Tea is served as you say goodbye to a country renowned for its rich and colourful history evident in its architecture. Relax in your private compartment before enjoying dinner in one of the restaurants. Overnight onboard the train.

    Thursday - Sawankhaloke & Lampang

    Breakfast in your compartment before the train arrives at Sawankhaloke. Waiting coaches take you to Si Satchanalai, part of the northernmost citadel of the ancient Khmer empire. Explore the impressive 13th century Bhuddhist temples. Return to the train at Sila At for lunch while you continue your journey through Thailand. Mid afternoon disembark at Lampang for a horse-drawn carriage ride to Baan Sao Nok “the house of many pillars”. Enjoy tea as you tour the house which is built in traditional Lanna Thai style and supported on 116 teak pillars. Return to the E&O to prepare for dinner on board and overnight.

    Friday - Bangkok
    Arrive in Bangkok after breakfast where you disembark.

    Transfer to your chosen hotel for a two nights stay. Hotel accomodation is not included in this itinerary unless you take advantage of our Special Offer (details above).

    Saturday - Bangkok
    Enjoy the day at your leisure.

    Sunday - Bangkok
    Depart Bangkok’s Hualampong station early evening. Having been welcomed onboard the gleaming carriages, settle into your comfortable compartment. Dinner is served as the train travels from city into the countryside with its rice-fields, villages and water buffalo. Retire to your compartment, transformed into a cosy bedroom by your steward.

    Monday - Wang Po & River Kwai
    Awake early in order not to miss the excitement of the train making its way from Wang Po along the wooden trestle viaduct beside a towering cliff.

    Later, on arrival at River Kwai Bridge station, the E&O stops to allow you to disembark. Guides escort you on the short walk down to the jetty to board a local raft for a cruise along the lush greenery of the picturesque Kwai Yai river, passing under the Bridge. On board, a local historian provides a brief overview of the history of the Thailand-Burma railway and the bridge. At the E&O landing point, board a motor coach for a brief trip past the North Temple and Chinese Cemetery to the Thailand-Burma Railway Centre. As you explore the informative museum, the historian is available to answer questions. There is time to visit the Don Rak War Cemetery adjacent to the museum if you wish.

    Rejoin the coach for the short ride to the Kanchanaburi railway station to board the Eastern & Oriental Express for lunch. Reflect on the day´s sights over dinner and relax with a drink in the Bar Car before retiring for the night.

    Tuesday - Penang
    After breakfast, served in the comfort of your compartment, the train arrives into Butterworth. Here coaches take you across to Georgetown, capital of Penang, on the local ferry. First stop is the Kho Kongsi clan house for a tour of the main hall and temple built in the baroque style of the late Ch’ng dynasty. This is followed by a trishaw ride through the interesting districts, passing colourful shophouses, elaborately-roofed temples, famous colonial landmarks and churches before stopping at the charming “E&O Hotel” for a refreshing drink in Farquhar´s Bar.

    Take the short ferry ride back to Butterworth and rejoin the Eastern & Oriental Express. Spend the afternoon watching the passing scenery from one of the lounge cars or from the open deck of the Observation Car. Dine again in one of the opulent dining cars and then spend a relaxing evening in the Bar Car with its resident pianist. Spend your last night on board.

    Wednesday - Singapore
    All too soon after breakfast it’s time to leave the train, having crossed into Singapore via the causeway of the Straits of Johor.

    Sample Menu

    Each of our menus has been created by our on board gourmet chefs, using only the finest fresh local ingredients available. Our chefs will be more than happy to cater for any specific dietry requirements you may have should you inform us as you make your reservation.

    Please note that the menus below are for illustrative purposes only, and menus at the time of your journey may differ.


    Warm Goat Cheese Souffle with a
    Fricassee of Asparagus in a delicate Thai Curry Bouillon


    Grilled Snowfish Steak accompanied by
    Teppanyaki of Vegetables in a Vermouth and Soya Sauce




    Fragrant Yellow Pepper and Pumpkin Soup
    with Raviolis of Crab


    Aromatic Cured Duck
    accompanied by Wok Fried Vegetables in Light Soya Bouillon


    Deep-fried Fruit Samosa
    with Lime Zest and Mint Panna Cotta


    Amuse Bouche


    Pan-fried Sea Scallops
    with Lemon & Vanilla Dressing
    accompanied by Cauliflower Puree


    Medallion of Beef
    with Fricassee of Crisply-Cooked Vegetables
    & Deep-fried Lotus Chips n Sweetened Red Win Reduction


    Taste of Malaysia
    Traditional Malaysian Fried rice
    accompanied by Nonya Curry & Grilled Satay


    Gingered Pineapple Tarte Tatin
    & Macadamia Parfait drizzled with Mango Sauce


    Petit Fours
    Café de Colombia

    All sittings are finished with Café de Colombia or
    Boh Tea from Cameron Highlands


    Preise fuer einzelne Steckenabschnitte:

    Die europaeische Varianten:

    Verspricht echten Genuss!

  7. #6
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    Hatte ein Angebot für 480 Euro pro Person im Doppel

    aber ich glaub es war für Oktober - inkl. aller Mahlzeiten

    aber nicht für Normalos

  8. #7
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    Zitat Zitat von PonyXX",p="782620
    ....läuft als Wiederholung.
    Stimmt, muesste so ungefaehr die 3450zigste sein :-) .

  9. #8
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    Zitat Zitat von Dieter1",p="782829
    Zitat Zitat von PonyXX",p="782620
    ....[highlight=yellow:23e09591bd]läuft als Wiederholung[/highlight:23e09591bd].
    ... so ungefaehr die 3450zigste ...
    ist von 2004. (wenn ich den abspann richtig im kopf habe.)

    @ dieter1

    3450 / 5 / 12 / 30 ~ 1,9 >> fast 2 mal am tag!! und hast du die alle gesehen?


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